Accumulating Snow This Weekend From the High Plains to Great Lakes

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2 Feb 2018 3:35 PM
A series of fast moving storm systems will move from the High Plains to the Great Lakes this weekend, spreading fluffy snow over the region. A few areas could see as much as 6", with the highest mountain peaks approaching a foot. Some sleet and freezing rain is possible in Montana. Winter weather alerts extend from Wyoming to Michigan. The first low will push out of Canada this evening and across the Northern Plains Saturday morning. This will bring the first wave of precipitation to the area. The second low will develop near the Tetons Saturday and push into the Great Lakes Sunday, producing additional accumulations throughout the region.
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